[April Fools Joke]
“The first key advantage to PLSQL.js is that you don’t have to write those little squiggle thingies,” notes Steven Feuerstein, well-known author and trainer on Oracle PL/SQL, who designed the bulk of PLSQL.js. “We really didn’t see the point. Why not use regular English words and the kind of punctuation everybody was already used to, like underscores and dots? Why do we always have to change things?”
"While PLSQL.js appears to be yet-another-framework that just compounds the problem," explains Feuerstein, "it's really not. PLSQL.js is, in fact, the JS framework to end all JS frameworks. Definitively. Until version 2 comes out, that is, which will be a complete rewrite. Maybe using TypeScript."
PLSQL.js will be released as open source under the MYOB (Mind Your Own Business) license on GritHub. Users will be allowed to pull but not push, and never commit, to ensure that the framework remains stable and free of squiggles.